Cardiovascular Disease has long been an epidemic in our country but not in some European countries, even though they have a diet high in fat, alcohol, and many of them smoke (the French being the best example). What explanation can you provide for that?
In some European countries,cardiovascular disease is not an epidemic for they have healthy diet andlifestyle especially the French adult who have an average of 30 to 60minutes a day of moderate activity compared to Americans. Another reason of thelower incidence of both obesity and heart disease is the eating patterns of Frenchwhere their portion size of food is relatively much smaller, unlike Americansthat does not have portion control habits and often go for big sizes meal.
Moreover, the French people has a healthy eating habits, consuming natural foodby eating more than an average amount of vegetablesand beans and less of fast food and frozen foods.Lastly, they consume wine that may have antioxidant effects and helpkeep bad cholesterol in a less-damaging form.
A contributing factor in the scarcity of cardiovascular diseases in the European countries is physical activity. An average French adult can attain to have at least 30-60 minutes of physical activity per day as opposed to an average American adult.
The obesity percentage of European countries is far lower than that in the United States. Being overweight predisposes a person to cardiovascular diseases.
Also, the diet of European people does not always contain fast food, processed food and the like.
Briefly compare and contrast the theoretical positions of Lawrence Kohlberg (Stage Theory of MoralReasoning), and Morris Massey (Generational Theory) as they relate to human value development. Make sure to identify how each theorist differs in regard to the highest level of development one can achieve.
It should be noted that the stage theory of moral reasoning was simply used in illustrating moral development.
What is moral reasoning?
It can be deduced that the three level of moral reasoning include pre-conventional, conventional, and post-conventional. Lawrence Kohlberg used the responses of children to understand moral development.
The generational theory explains that generations popularize the idea that the people in a group share common beliefs, attitudes, behaviors, etc.
A religion or culture has specific values what are these known asa. universal values b. intrinsic values c. extrinsic values d. group-specific values
The option A is correct i.e.
A religion or culture has specific values and these values are called universal values because universal values have same values or worth for all and for all people.
Hope so, this answer will help you......
The correct answer is : D. Group-Specific Values
Reason: Religions aren't universal and only specific groups of people are religious
Also I just took the quiz
Ted coordinates his carbohydrate intake from all sources to balance with the insulin injection that he gives himself each time he eats. Based on this information, Ted must have which of the following diseases?a. Diverticulitis b. Type 2 Diabetes c. Ketosis d. Type 1 Diabetes
d. Type 1 Diabetes
Type 1 Diabetes attacks the beta cells in the pancreas. The beta cells produce insulin, a hormone that allows glucose in our bloodstream to enter the cells for their functions and to store it for when the body needs it in the future. In type 1 diabetes, the body does not produce insulin, so there are high concentrations of sugar in the blood, which can be dangerous. A person with type 1 diabetes has to inject insulin, coordinating it with the carbohydrate intake so that glucose can enter the cells.
Ted has Type 1 Diabetes, a condition that requires careful monitoring and balancing of carbohydrate intake with insulin injections. Therefore the correct option is d.
Based on the information provided in the question, it is apparent that Ted must have Type 1 Diabetes. Type 1 Diabetes is a condition in which the pancreas produces little to no insulin, a hormone needed to allow sugar (glucose) to enter cells to produce energy. As a result, people with Type 1 Diabetes must closely monitor their carbohydrate intake and balance it with insulin injections. It is crucial for managing their condition effectively, preventing complications, and maintaining their overall health.
If a food contains 5 grams of carbohydrates, how many calories come from carbohydrates A:20 B:45 C:9
20 because each gram of carbohydrate has 4 calories so 5x4=20 so 20 is your answer
According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, those who consume alcoholic beverages should do so in moderation. Which of the following statements is true?a. A moderate intake is 1 or fewer servings per day for women. b. Beer is not considered an alcoholic beverage because it is mostly water. c. An average serving of red wine is 1.6 ounces per glass. d. To be considered an alcoholic beverage, distilled spirits must be at least 180 proof.
I believe the answer is A. A moderate intake is 1 or fewer servings per day
Women typically weigh less than men and less body weight means it's easier to get intoxicated.